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Re: Lineseparator in XML file to split long XSL to parts

From: "Anthony Jones" <Ant@------------.--->
To: NULL
Date: 2/3/2006 10:01:00 AM
XML doesn't recognize the concept of lines (or rows as you put it).

Spaces, Tabs, New lines are just collective know as whitespace.

Hence anywhere that whitespace is valid a new line can appear.

For example:-

<longElement attrib1="hgjfkjfhggh" attrib2="hkjghjkhgkhgh" />

can also be represented as:-

<longElement
  attrib1="hgjfkjfhggh"
  attrib2="hkjghjkhgkhgh"
/>

Hope this answers you question.

Anthony.

PS. I agree with Neil you first question was difficult to comprehend.
Sarcasm is not likely to elicit you any help.


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